LBTQ+ night hosted by Girl World.
Who are Girl World and what do they want with us?
Ok so veteran promoter and DJ; Sandra Davenport (Lesbian Prom, Ruby Tuesdays, Women’s Stage at London Pride) and the team behind Urban World and co-founder; Vanessa Hajiboe partnered together this year to create the mega event that is Girl World. These events aimed at LBTQ+ audiences.
GW kicked things off in April this year, launching with a huge LBTQ+ (Including genderqueer and non-binary people) women event at London’s iconic super club; Scala in King’s Cross. This event was the first of many bringing together a wide audience of diverse plethora of women and also welcomed their friends (including male friends). Tickets were hotter than the friction between your skinny jeans and guess what?
The next instalment is this September 9th. As in, like a few weeks time…
GW are holding several events a year, held at different locations across London to spread the
LBTQ+ love (hopefully nothing but love will be spread) and the next event being held again at Scala, Kings Cross.
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Brace yourself for a mega night full of lesbian, bisexual, transgender, non binary people, those dipping their toes into
the pool plus their friends, accompanied by a photo wall and glitter stations. GW is set to be a massively
inclusive, diverse and an ultimate huge P.A.R.T.Y.
Scala is set over several levels through out a very old building. A little known fact is Scala is in fact the latin word for stairs. Could be used as an ice breaker? No? Anyway, all stairs have sturdy handrails and ask attendee’s to contact the events co-ordinator in at least two days in advance to let them know if you’d like any assistance.
Of course, we’ll let you know where and when Girl World’s future event’s will be.
Just a three minute walk from Kings Cross and St Pancras Rail Stations.
Turn left out of the station and on to Pentonville Road you will see Scala on the next junction.
Scala is a 3 minute walk from Kings Cross Underground Station.
Underground lines at this station include Piccadilly, Northern, Victoria, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan and Circle lines.
Buses that run along Pentonville Road include 30, 73, 214.
Additional buses that stop at Kings Cross Station include 10, 17, 45, 46, 63, 91, 259.
Download. Enter Scala, N1 9NL. Follow it. Simple.
R&B / HIP-HOP / BASHMENT / AFROBEATS
DJs Kaspa, Misty B & Big John
+ Official Girl World Go-Go dancers
DEEP / TECH / ELECTRO / CLASSIC
DJs Cellar Door, Lady Lola & Special Guest Frenchkiss
Tickets are £10, however Nonchalant London has 40% discount for you . Treatin’ You.